Buffalo mayoral candidate Mark J.F. Schroeder unveils the fourth point of his "Compass Plan" during a briefing at his 311 South Park Ave. headquarters at 5:30 Monday evening.
Schroeder, the city comptroller facing incumbent Byron W. Brown and county Legislator Betty Jean Grant in the September Democratic primary, said his effort will "take a look at the big picture and create a long-term plan that works for every part of the city."
"It's also time that the alphabet soup of city government - BMHA, BURA, BUDC, BETC - worked together off a single plan," he added, "instead of wasting your tax dollars with no accountability, no transparency, and no results." He was referring to the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority, the Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency, the Buffalo Urban Development Corp. and the Buffalo Employment and Training Center.
Schroeder has hosted three previous Compass Plan briefing sessions.